Join us for a breathtaking journey through the artistic traditions and cultural heritage of Oklahoma's Native peoples.

    This exhibit takes you on a visual tour of the heartland, showcasing the work of talented artists who have contributed immensely to the richness and vibrancy of Native American art.

    Oklahoma has a long and storied history of Native American culture, spanning countless generations and countless tribes. From the Osage and the Cherokee to the Cheyenne and the Comanche, the indigenous peoples of Oklahoma have left a lasting mark on the cultural landscape of the region.

    The artists featured in this exhibit come from a wide range of tribes and nations, each with their unique styles, techniques, and traditions. They draw inspiration from the natural beauty of the land, the rich cultural history of their people, and their own personal experiences to create stunning works of art that speak to the heart and soul of Oklahoma.

    From paintings and sculptures to baskets, pottery, and beadwork, each piece in this exhibit tells a story of the journey of the artist and their people. These stories are deeply rooted in the culture and history of Oklahoma's Native peoples, reflecting the challenges they have faced and the resilience and creativity they have demonstrated in the face of adversity.

    We invite you to join us on this journey through the heartland and discover the beauty, diversity, and creativity of Oklahoma's Native artists. Experience the power and richness of their art and gain a deeper appreciation for the cultural heritage of this great state.

    Don't miss this unique and engaging exhibition!

    "Journey Through the Heartland: A Tour of Oklahoma Native Art," at the Red Earth Art Center

    from May 8th to June 24th Monday through Friday, 10 am to 5 pm.